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Foundation for Higher Education World University Service - BiH

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Acronym
SUS BiH
Description

SUS BiH is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to provide active and continuous support to the higher education sector by adding value and knowledge to individuals and stakeholders. The programmes of SUS BiH aims to provide assistance to BiH higher education institutions, university staff, students, academics, individual researchers and research institutes. SUS BiH activities are directed towards connecting B&H and European universities, research centres, researchers and academics and establishing inter-university and international cooperation between BiH and European institutions. The main SUS BiH goals are to help the development of the higher education sector in BiH in a sustainable manner in order to reduce the number of young people and academic staff leaving the country and place the emphasis on the future prospects of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Through its activities, SUS BiH supports university reforms, which are in line with European standards and the Bologna Process, as well as the establishment of a university network at a local and regional level in Southeast Europe. SUS BiH strives to enable access to information, advice, training, partnerships, exchange programs and research opportunities.Previous experience: Incubator for the Bosnian NCP FP System, Partners in several FP6 Projects, such as ERA Westbalkan, ERA Westbalkan+, IS2WEB, SCORE.

 

 

 

 

 

Type
  • Association/NGO
Country
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Contact details
E-Mail: susbih@sus.ba
Phone:+387 33 715 600
Fax:+387 33 715 601
Address:Aleja Lipa 57
Postcode:71000
City:Sarajevo
Country:Bosnia and Herzegovina
Geographical focus
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scientific focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Dina Masnik-Culahovic on August 29, 2006
Modified on April 15, 2014